Concord Jazz publish Marcus Miller’s ‘Renaissance,’ his nineteenth album (2012)

Marcus Miller‘s ‘Renaissance’ is his nineteenth studio album released on May 28, 2012 by Concord Jazz.

Track Listing : 1.Detroit (Marcus Miller ) – 05:45 . 2.Redemption (Marcus Miller ) – 06:09 . 3.February (Marcus Miller ) – 04:15 . 4.Slippin’ Into Darkness (Sylvester Allen, Harold Ray Brown, Morris Dewayne Dickerson, Leroy Jordan, Charles Miller, Lee Oskar, Howard E. Scott ) – 09:17 . 5.Setembro (Brazilian Wedding Song) (Ivan Lins, Gilson Peranzzetta ) – 06:39 Feat. Rubén Blades, Gretchen Parlato . 6.Jekyll & Hyde (Marcus Miller ) – 06:30 . 7.Nocturnal Mist (Interlude) (Luther “”Mano”” Hanes ) – 01:16 . 8.Revelation (Marcus Miller ) – 04:46 . 9.Mr. Clean (Weldon Irvine ) – 05:01 . 10.Gorée (Go-Ray) (Marcus Miller ) – 05:38 . 11.Cee-Tee-Eye (Marcus Miller ) – 07:39 . 12.Tightrope (Charles Delbert, Dr. Nathaniel Irvin Iii, Antwan Patton, Janelle Monáe Robinson ) – 05:46 . 13.I’Ll Be There (Hal Davis, Willie Hutchison, Berry Gordy, Jr., Bob West, Freddy Wexler ) – 03:48

Musicians : Marcus Miller – Bass, Bass (Acoustic), Clarinet (Bass), Fretless Bass . Adam Agati – Guitar . Ramon Yslas – Percussion . Bobby Sparks – Clavinet, Organ . Federico Gonzalez Peña – Fender Rhodes, Piano . Kris Bowers – Fender Rhodes, Piano . Adam Rogers – Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic) . Maurice Brown – Trumpet . Louis Cato – Congas, Djembe, Drums . Alex Han – Sax (Alto) . Paul Jackson, Jr. – Guitar . Sean Jones – Trumpet . Dr. John – Vocals . Rubén Blades – Vocals On (5) . Gretchen Parlato – Vocals On (5)

Production : Produced By Marcus Miller . Rod Steger – Engineer . Chris Finney – Engineer . Chris Allen – Engineer . Kevin Harper – Assistant Engineer . George Shaw – Assistant Engineer . Bruce Miller – Mixing . Taka Honda – Engineer, Mixing . David Isaac – Mixing . Darcy Proper – Mastering

Package : Bibi Green – Photography

Recorded 2011 – 2012.

Released On May 28, 2012 By Concord Jazz.

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Soul Tracks
Miller’s originals also contain that aggressiveness and creativity that bassists in most genres are required to keep under wraps. Miller lets it all out on Renaissance. […]

no treble
It’s not music to challenge a jazz audience with improvisation at the frontiers of sound, but you knew that. What it is: natural sounding music with intensity and groove designed to make an audience feel good. […]

The Jazz Line
Overall, this album represents a journey across Miller’s many musical influences. As a listener, we’re taken across many of the musical eras and genres that inspired Miller, with the occasional short references to legends like Dizzy Gillespie and Bob Marley thrown in for the discerning listener. […]

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  1. Mario Aldini says

    The best bass player………….

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